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Rancho Cucamonga Court Location

The Rancho Cucamonga  Court is located at 8303 Haven Avenue, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730.   The Rancho courthouse is located North of the 10 freeway and just West of the 15 freeway.   Rancho Cucamonga court handles traffic ticket and criminal matters.   Rancho Traffic court is held in department 1 and misdemeanor and felony cases are spread throughout the courthouse for arraignment, pretrial, and trial.   This court covers the most affluent part of San Bernardino county and not surprisingly it is home to the most conservative mindset.    Fines for traffic matters and sentences in criminal cases tend to be significantly higher than in downtown San Bernardino court.

Rancho Cucamonga Court Traffic Cases

The traffic clerk at the Rancho courthouse is notoriously busy.   Lines can be very long most days of the week.   The traffic clerk’s office in Rancho Cucamonga is the place  you will need to go if you have a failure to appear or FTA which may be holding or suspending your California Drivers License or even an out of state license.    The clerk for the criminal division is your first stop if you are facing a DUI or any other criminal charge.  If you have a warrant, or need to clean up an old mess, visit the clerk first to have your case sent in to see the judge.    Calling the court is a waste of time.  You will spend hours on the phone listening to automated messages and you will never get a human on the phone to solve your problem.  If you have a case in this court, you will need to go to court to fix it, or send a lawyer on your behalf.

Rancho Cucamonga Court Criminal

The Rancho courthouse also handles felony cases and juvenile cases.   If you are headed to the Rancho Courthouse, free parking is available in the lot in front of the court but the lot is often full.  Additional free parking is located in the business parks surrounding Rancho court, but you will definitely be parking under a sign that says “no court parking” as all of the businesses in the surrounding area frown about court overflow filling their lots.